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Newsletter

To sign up for the IUCN UK Peatland Programme Newsletter please join our mailing list below.

 

The most recent editions of our Newsletter are:

December 2021 - Autumn Edition

August 2021 - Summer Edition

May 2021 - Spring Edition

February 2021 - Winter Edition

November 2020 - Autumn Edition

July 2020 - Summer Edition: A Green Recovery

April 2020 - Spring Edition: Land use & peatlands - a new policy arena

November 2019 - Winter Edition

July 2019 - Summer Edition

April 2019 - Spring Edition

February 2019 - Peat & Horticulture Edition *

December 2018 - Historic Environment Edition

October 2018 - Paving the way for peatland finance

 

*Correction note: As part of the iCASP programme, University of Leeds has been working with Moors For the Future Partnership and Yorkshire Wildlife Trust to produce an interactive User Guide that provides an overview of methods available for valuing the benefits delivered by peatlands and evidence based on existing studies. 

 

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South West Peatland Partnership vacancies
South West Peatland Partnership job vacanciesThe South West Peatland Partnership (Exeter, Devon) have 8 job vacancies available to support their…
UNFCCC COP26
Reflections from the UNFCCC COP26 Peatland PavilionThe first COP26 Peatland Pavilion stood out as one of only a handful of thematic pavilions and one…
The Peatlands of Britain and Ireland cover
'The Peatlands of Britain and Ireland' by Clifton BainThe IUCN UK Peatland Programme's Clifton Bain completes his trilogy with this look at the Peatlands…
PeatLIFE People
Pennine PeatLIFE film by Land & Sky MediaAt the September IUCN UK Peatland Programme/LIFE conference film night, the North Pennines AONB…
Renée Kerkvliet-Hermans, Peatland Code Co-ordinator at the 'Finance for Nature - Positive Future for People and the Planet'
Peatland Code updateThe Peatland Code now has 48 Projects registered with a total of almost 8000 ha of peatland…
NatureScot Peatland ACTION we're hiring flyer
NatureScot Peatland ACTION expansion and opportunitiesThe NatureScot Peatland ACTION team is expanding to meet demand and provide more green jobs to…
Curlew by Damian Waters
Climate change and UK birds – a focus on peatlandsIn early November, the British Trust for Ornithology (BTO) launched a new report on the impacts of…
Digger reprofiling
Pennine PeatLIFE finishes restoration works in the Forest of BowlandThe Forest of Bowland AONB is the westernmost extent of the Pennine chain.
Wave dams Cairngorms National Park
Drain (grip) blocking in the Cairngorms National Park Peatland ACTION Project Officer Matt Watson (Cairngorms National Park) provides an insight into…
MFFP image
The importance of peatlands in protecting urban areas in a warming worldGreater Manchester was chosen by the Making Cities Resilient 2030 initiative to serve a three-year…
Dawn at Marches Mosses by Stephen Barlow
Marches Mosses marks 30-year milestone in fight against climate change An internationally important lowland raised peat bog between England and Wales celebrates its 30th…
Virtual Peatland Pavilion
Virtual Peatland Pavilion for COP26 UNFCCCWe are delighted to launch a new dome in the Virtual Peatland Pavilion for COP26 UNFCCC.